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Due to other necessities and priorities, I am considering to keep one watch (Explorer) and sell the rest of my safe-dwellers.
These watches have been in my possession for a while, and I only take them out of the vault occassionally for some photos. I have never worn them outside the house.
I'll be happy to discuss the price if you can find better samples of these exact models. I'm pretty busy these days but I can send live pics and vids on request.
I can guarantee that all the watches are functional, but since they have been lying in the vault most of the time, I cannot say the same for the timekeeping during long periods of time. (They do keep time during a 24h test).
The lot consists of the following:
- Super rare vintage Hy. Moser with a 3D hunting motive dial and a DEAD-BEAT movement. The seconds sweep snaps as hard and accurate on top of the markers as a Grand Seiko quartz. 100% working.
- 14k solid gold Omega Tresor cal 266 from the 50's. Bi-tone dial, curved lugs. Crosshair. 100% working.
- 18k solid gold Omega Geneve automatic. Bi-tone dial. I have never opened it, but I believe it is a cal 552. 100% working.
- Possibly the cleanest and prettiest Omega Bullseye you will ever find! I'll the photo speak for itself. Intact lume. 100% working.
- Fat-case cal 420 Omega with a bi-tone dial and crosshair. 100% working.
- Last and not the least: Wittnauer Professional Chronograph 235T. The 3rd potential moonwatch that NASA tested together with Omega Speedy and Rolex pre-Daytona. The glass has some scratches, but the watch itself is more or less in perfect shape. 10/10 dial. 100% working.
Asking 14900 USD net including international express shipping. +4% thru PayPal.
I would prefer a clean sale, but if I would accept partial trades, I MAY consider one or two of the following:
- Panerai 682 - approx 6000 USD trade value
- Omega Ploprof in steel with mesh (non-vintage) - approx 4500 USD trade value
- Doxa 750T GMT (any color, but preferably Divingstar) - approx 2800 USD trade value
- IWC mark XVI (full set) - approx 2800 USD trade value
Thanks for looking and CT for space.